Transdisciplinary Fusion Studio I
This studio course focuses on collaborative problem-setting. Students evaluate technology innovation based on four criteria: feasibility (can it be made?), viability (is it financially sensible?), desirability (do people want it?), and sustainability (can it work long-term?). This course is an introduction to design thinking, system thinking. Also, introduces ethical dimensions of collaborative technology innovation for societal impact.
Transdisciplinary Fusion Studio II
This studio course focuses on collaborative problem solving. Students in teams work on projects that will leverage the existing and developing capabilities in Industry 4.0 for Sustainable Development lab (I4SD), Calhoun Discovery Program (CDP) and Honors College Studios' (HCS) work cells.